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  • Top 10 Best Guesthouses in Ubud

    Great Ubud Homestays for Budget Travellers in Bali

    Ubud guesthouses and homestays add to the great range of accommodation options available in Bali’s popular cultural and artistic hub, appealing to backpackers and budget travellers in particular. Besides their affordability (all under US$50 per night!), most are run by Balinese families, providing a closer connection to local village life. Some of these Ubud hotels also feature soothing views, with tropical gardens and rice fields that let you stay close to nature.

    We’ve gathered some of the best guesthouses and homestays in Ubud from the myriad available, some easily found along the side streets off the main Ubud road, and others thoughtfully set up in wonderful locations such as Ubud’s main river valleys. Combining comfort and value for money, these selections will help you in deciding where to stay in Ubud – allowing you to discover and enjoy all the charms this highland region has to offer, while being easy on the budget.

     

  • This beautiful guesthouse in Ubud is tucked away in the highland village of Jukutpaku, an approximate 10 minutes’ transfer from Ubud central, and features only six rooms each with 35sqm of space and which all enjoy lush views to a pool that is flanked by a sundeck with loungers and an organic garden. Rooms feature LED-screen TVs, air conditioning, and bathroom with separate bathtub and shower. Also onsite is a restaurant serving local and western cuisine throughout the day. You can explore the best of Ubud with their complimentary shuttle services, which takes you through Ubud town, including the sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal. Read More...

    For a budget stay that lets you stay near the famous monkey forest sanctuary of Padangtegal, Okawati is a great choice. While being walking distance from the main road, it is well hidden down a quiet alley and serves as a great base to explore the branching side streets of central Ubud, that are filled with cafés, boutiques, art shops and village temples. The rooms are elegant – walls and ceilings are lacquered woven bamboo and adorned with classical Balinese paintings - and your four-poster bed is heavily carved. You can enjoy breakfast daily, served right on your private porch. Read More...

     Aptly named, Nick’s Hidden Cottages is a green garden oasis overlooking the Campuhan river valley, just off Jalan Bisma - the route connecting the Ubud Monkey Forest and the main town hub. Within its collection are 15 cosy and spacious rooms with unique bamboo furniture, classical Balinese paintings, and a private balcony overlooking tropical gardens. The courteous staff use a personalised approach to their services, such as memorising each guest’s name, ensuring they have a very welcoming and homey experience throughout their stay. Afternoon tea, served with Balinese cakes, is included. Read More...

    Guest House Kudos lets you stay in soothing surroundings on the quiet outskirts of Ubud, with rice field views and local village life right on your doorstep. Rooms are comfortable and clean, paired with warm hospitality from staff that listen and cater to your needs. Rooms feature exposed brick walls, bamboo ceilings and unique woven rattan furniture, with air-conditioning and Wi-Fi connectivity. With a selection of only six rooms, the property is small but well maintained. The same goes for its well-manicured tropical gardens. Tailored tours can be easily arranged for exploring Ubud and beyond.

    Pajar House is located up in the pristine countryside of the Kelabang Moding community, only minutes north from the Ubud town centre. Its seclusion is not restrictive because of the shuttle services provided to get you to the main attractions around Ubud in no time. Within its collection are 16 guest rooms, which come in standard and deluxe options and feature air conditioning, private bathrooms and cosy four-poster beds with slight Balinese touches through its use of classical paintings and batik fabrics. The hotel is run by a Balinese family, who can arrange for hands-on village tours and unique cultural experiences. Read More...

    With a name that means ‘fireflies’ in the local tongue, Kunang Kunang Guesthouse takes pride in its elegant Balinese architecture and rice field surroundings. Throughout the property are artistic sculptures and detailed wall carvings. Its 12 guestrooms are spread over three floors and come in choices of superior and standard rooms, with air conditioning or fan cooling. Rooms on the upper levels have balconies with great views over rice fields which, on certain evenings, feature fireflies and nature sounds. During ceremonies at nearby temples, you may also clearly witness and hear the festivities from the upper balconies. Facilities include a swimming pool, Wi-Fi connectivity, bicycle rentals and a tour desk. Read More...

    Suastika offers a collection of cosy and clean Balinese-style cottages with air conditioning and fans. The location is convenient, within walking distance of the Ubud main road, passing a variety of small shops and cafés. The rooms also come with a Balinese-style private bathroom with shower, and a relaxing balcony with wooden furnishings. Some rooms feature a kitchenette with stove and refrigerator, which are great if you’re looking for affordable extended stays while up in Ubud. Lush tropical gardens and being secluded from the main road make this a great retreat base and hideaway. Read More...

    Suastika offers a collection of cosy and clean Balinese-style cottages with air conditioning and fans. The location is convenient, within walking distance of the Ubud main road, passing a variety of small shops and cafés. The rooms also come with a Balinese-style private bathroom with shower, and a relaxing balcony with wooden furnishings. Some rooms feature a kitchenette with stove and refrigerator, which are great if you’re looking for affordable extended stays while up in Ubud. Lush tropical gardens and being secluded from the main road make this a great retreat base and hideaway. Read More...

    With a name that means ‘backyard’ in the local tongue, Teba House offers the homely comforts of a family house in Ubud, aptly located within close reach of the traditional village where you can experience community life and culture from up close. Its guestrooms are clean and well-kept, designed with traditional architectural features such as red bricks and carved soft sandstone, ornamental carved wood windows, and porches with bamboo sofas overlooking lush tropical flower gardens. Rooms are air-conditioned, feature private bathrooms with shower, and come in standard, superior and deluxe options offering 24, 30 and 50sqm of space respectively. Read More...

    Ubud View Bungalows features 17 guestrooms in superior and deluxe selections, spread out on two levels with balconies overlooking the property’s pool and beautiful gardens. Each room is elegantly furnished, laden with classical Balinese materials such as local lava and sandstone, open-beam bamboo ceilings and elaborately carved wooden doors and panes. Bedroom interior walls are covered with woven bamboo, and four-poster beds with carved headboards add a touch of regalia to your stay. The resort’s pool with parasol-shaded sun loungers is a relaxing spot to retreat to after your trips. Read More...

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